West Palm Beach GreenMarket
Ready for a taste bud adventure in The Palm Beaches? Great! But where to start? We got you covered. Plot your stops with our list of must-see green markets.
For nearly 20 years, the West Palm Beach GreenMarket has made Saturday mornings from October to May worth getting up early. Situated waterfront in downtown with a picture-perfect Intracoastal Waterway/Lake Worth Lagoon backdrop, close to a 100 vendors have all that's savory. Start with a Cuban coffee, Belgian waffle or cider doughnut, then move on to clam chowder or Jamaican jerk chicken, and leave with a bag of tropical fruit for dessert.
Sunday Morning Mouth-Watering
October also means the start of the Palm Beach Gardens GreenMarket, which features live music, handmade crafts and of course, the freshest in produce, honeys, artisan ice pops, breakfast and more. And since you're grabbing a healthy breakfast, this market is just down the street from PGA Boulevard – which means shopping galore. From upscale to boutique, the "Gardens" as the locals call it, is ripe with stores for you to peruse.
For Rand McNally to name Delray Beach the Most Fun Small Town in America, you know it must have a terrific green market – and it does. Historic Old School Square at the Delray Center for the Arts, located on one of the most happening streets in Florida - Atlantic Avenue - is where you'll find the Delray GreenMarket Saturday mornings from October to May. It's the place to be before you check out downtown Delray's shopping, beach, art district and sidewalk cafes.
More, Much More
Ah, but there's more to explore as October and November kick off green market season in The Palm Beaches. Visit the Tequesta Green Market, Wellington GreenMarket, Lake Worth Farmers Market, Boynton Beach Community Farmers Market, and Boca Raton GreenMarket.